2. No Tight Ponytails
When you pull your hair back, instead of a tight rubber band or hand band, use a scrunchie or do a bun or braid. This keeps it looser and it will cause less breakage.
1. Follow a Good Diet
Anything you eat can reflect on your external appearance; this is common sense. Eat well and use more natural products on your hair and skin. “A diet rich in zinc, iron, omega-3 fatty acids, and protein will help stimulate your hair follicles to grow,” says Dr. Robert Dorin, a New York board-certified diplomat for the American Board of Hair Restoration. All of these food and external care products absorb into your body and it shows on the outside.